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A blurry image on a high-definition LCD TV is typically the result of a mismatch between the TV's resolution capabilities and the resolution of the signal that is coming from connected devices, such as a DVD player or satellite TV receiver. Typically, blurry pictures result when a peripheral device connects to the TV through nonHD cables and jacks.
If your TV's connected devices do not have HD capability, they will transmit content to the TV in standard, analog signals. These types of signals are only capable of resolutions of up to 640 by 480 pixels. Pixels, for picture elements, are the tiny dots that make up the screen image. Most HD LCD TVs are capable of resolutions of as low as 1,366 by 768 pixels and as high as 1,920 by 1,080 pixels. When this big of a discrepancy occurs, the images display on the TV scaled, stretched and blurry.
It looks like a light shining on the screen when you were recording the problem.Also, you are taking the picture from a bad angle for lcd types of tvs.Try a new recording,also get the tv on an HD channel for a better,clearer picture.Many hd tvs look bad on non HD channels.
Try connecting the same input to a different TV. If it works there, try connecting a different input to the TV. If the same problem is noticed, this is a case to be handled by a qualified service technician.
The noise reduction option will cause a blur on fast movement. Also, you probably already know this, but a standard definition broadcast will look very blurry on an HD TV, so make sure the channel you're watching is actually an HD channel.
Oh, wow, I just noticed that this is from October. Oh well, maybe you're still having problems.
In the store they use an HD source and connection. Is your cable box HD? It will have component or hdmi connections if it is.You have use either one to get HD everything else will be SD(standard def).And you have to be on an HD channel.Digital cable refers to how the signal is delivered doesn't mean its HD. SD channels on digital still look bad..
Hi suegy, the quickest thing to test is play a dvd and observe the quality of the display. if still blurry or dull, could mean something wrong with your TV. going through what causing it...could be weak signal or CCFL lamp not glowing enough or fully.
Since its only a month ago, should be still u/warranty. Check out where you bought from and avail that warranty.
MY Sony (same model) has OUTstanding picture resolution and quality., I never have blockiness on any of the sports channels. I would say, give Comcast a call and complain about their signal.. they have a tech come over for free diagnostics on your wiring..